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New Urbanism Designer Joining EEBA Summit Panel

One panel discussion will feature professionals from the greater Atlanta market, one of the hotbeds for sustainable development and home building.

EEBA summit to help builders, manufacturers connect

Organizers: Eliminating annual expo in favor of one-on-one meetings enables participants to learn from each other about high-performance development.

High Rise Residential Buildings Leading the Way for LEED

As commercial buildings, high-rise residential projects are pursuing LEED and other green building certifications to reflect their environmental impact.

Two Eco Friendly Multifamily Developments Rise in Cleveland

TheRiverSouth homes incorporate smart home and high performance home technology and building techniques.

Ductless HVAC systems giving architects, designers more room to express their vision (video)

Consideration of product purchasers and building users shaping the way manufacturers doing business.




Sensor solution helps efficiently clear kitchen exhaust (video)

Melink's Intelli-Hood being deployed in a variety of commercial spaces to clear smoke and vapors in a matter of moments.




Tighter multifamily buildings make need for proper air ventilation more critical

AHR 2016 to feature a host of technology and systems aimed at making units efficient and occupants comfortable.

Interface helps commercial customers put new face on floor coverings

Modular carpet tiles enable users to easily replace worn, damaged sections or to position them to create different ground-level designs.

Shading technology controls indoor temperatures, keeps occupants comfortable

Reflecting heat away from buildings contributes to energy savings

Cork products enhances acoustics in commercial buildings (part 1)

A product called Cork Bricks, on display from producer Sustainable Materials at Greenbuild 2015, covers interior walls with the appeal of traditional brick but with a three-dimensional design, softer texture and warmer feeling. The application can be used in a variety of projects from offices to residential structures.




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